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ED commitment form

upmasterupmaster Posts: 46Registered User Junior Member
Hello, I am applying early decision. As I was filling out the common app ED agreement form I noticed that there is also a form on WUSTL pathway that is slightly different. Are these two both required, or am I fine as long as I have the common app one signed? Thanks
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  • Jgli95Jgli95 Posts: 81Registered User Junior Member
    I had the same issue. Common App agreement only had space for myself and my parent to sign. I know that you also need signature of a guidance counselor so instead I printed out the sheet from WUSTL Pathway and signed that physical copy and mailed it in.
  • upmasterupmaster Posts: 46Registered User Junior Member
    ^Actually the opposite happened to me; I printed out the common app agreement and my counselor signed it but I'm not sure if I have to do the same for WUSTL now. (Are you sure? The common app agreement had space for a counselor)
  • Jgli95Jgli95 Posts: 81Registered User Junior Member
    Oh I hadn't realized you printed out the common app form. I did it electronically. Pretty sure you only need one ED agreement. When in doubt, call admissions!!
  • upmasterupmaster Posts: 46Registered User Junior Member
    Alright, thank you!
  • mominflmominfl Posts: 30Registered User Junior Member
    Does any one know what the ED notification date is this year?
  • RaVNzCRoFTRaVNzCRoFT Posts: 983Registered User Member
    No, nobody ever knows.
  • mominflmominfl Posts: 30Registered User Junior Member
    RaVNzCRoFT, curiously, are you a student at WUSTL that works in admissions? I've seen you on a lot of these WUSTL threads and was just wondering if you are just a good soul who has empathy for prospective students and thus tries to answer questions or if you work in conjunction with Wash U admissions?
  • onecot59onecot59 Posts: 427Registered User Member
    Go back to look at last year's ED notification thread. You can find the notification for the last several years. I believe notification last year was either Dec 9th or 10th.

    Good luck
  • RaVNzCRoFTRaVNzCRoFT Posts: 983Registered User Member
    mominfl, I'm just a student trying to help. No involvement with admissions, although obviously I did apply so I'm a bit familiar with the admissions process. I try to answer any questions I can about Wash U.
  • mominflmominfl Posts: 30Registered User Junior Member
    Thanks for all your insight. This whole college admissions process is very anxiety provoking as you may well remember.
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